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Description: Church of the Holy Trinity
Date Listed: 26 March 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 273589
OS Grid Reference: SK1977324949
OS Grid Coordinates: 419773, 324949
Latitude/Longitude: 52.8217, -1.7080
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ANSLOW C.P. ANSLOW GATE
SK 12 SE
5/10 Church of The
- Holy Trinity
Chapel of Ease. 1850s. Built for the Moseley family. Finely coursed,
squared and dressed sandstone of ashlar quality; blue machine tile roof
with parapets at verges and belfry at west end, gabled and set on mock
machicolations; Neo-Norman style; nave incorporates chancel in single
unit; 5 bays defined by pilaster buttresses on continuous plinth divided
by string at cill level and run into corbelled eaves band; labelled
round-arched single-light windows set into each bay. West gable has
larger 2-light round-arch window to centre flanked by smaller windows,
all set on string, and over entrance with 3-tiered rebate of zig-zag
ornament on pilasters; the impost string is carried through from the
side elevation cill level. Small vestry built on to north side.
Listing NGR: SK1977324949
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Source: English Heritage
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